Top Polyvore Styles // Winter 2018

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If you’ve ever tried Polyvore, it’s quite possible that you’ve spent hours upon hours creating the most fun and fashionable outfits and charming accessories to match! If you have never used Polyvore, I am here to tell you how useful it is for any fellow fashionistas, whether vintage loving or not! With Polyvore, you can search thousands of photos of dresses, shirts, pants, shoes, coats, bags, jewelry, and accessories, mix and match them, and create countless outfits full of fun possibilities! It’s free and you can download all your oufits to your Pinterest page quite easily! I’ve found it to be very inspirational when you somehow discover yourself in a fashioning lull! At the bottom of this post, you can find my Polyvore link, which will take you to a list of all the items featured in this post and where to buy them!

Now enough jibber-jabber; let’s get to some outfits!

One // Waiting for the Train

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Two // Highland Roses

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Three // Quick Call

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Four // London Librarian

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Five // Valentine’s Brunch

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Six // Look Who’s Here

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Seven // Winter Walk

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Eight // Snow DaysPolyvore Winter Styles - Snow Days - simplymeganjoy.wordpresscom

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Go check out Polyvore to create some amazing styles both vintage and modern!

Hint: If you make 25 different designs, your account gets upgraded to “Style Setter!”

You can find me on:

 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/SimplyMeganJoy/

Polyvore: https://simplymeganjoyblog.polyvore.com/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplymeganjoy/

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Have you ever tried Polyvore before?

What clothing pieces have you been styling for your “winter fashion?”

Follow me on the accounts listed above so I can follow you back!

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Megan Joy/

Sunday Bests // Ode to Jackie

Hello, again!

Today is a very 1960s day as I pull out my three-piece checkered skirt suit, pumps, and pillbox hat! This style was made famous by the First Lady, Jackie Kennedy, who is known for her chic outfits and hats!

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Below is a photo of Jackie Kennedy sporting a white pillbox hat, pearls, sunglasses, and a checkered jacket.

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Her style was very popular in the early 60s.

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I bought this hat at church sale last fall. Someone had pushed the top up to make it rounded, so it didn’t look like a pillbox hat at all. I bought it for $4, brought it home, and later discovered that the top should be pressed in to make it look right! It was a happy surprise to find that I had bought such a classic hat! It was good lesson learned, that sometimes things are not at all how they seem. When we first perceive something, it’s very possible that it will turn out to be completely different than the first impression it made. This doesn’t go just for hats, either. We can apply this to pretty much everything, including people, places, and other items.

When a first impression is made, let’s remember that it may not determine the future. It may turn out to be completely different after time. We just have to be patient and see!

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skirt suit // thrifted

pillbox hat // thrifted

shoes // payless

earrings // gift

necklace // my sister’s

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What do you think about the 1960s pillbox hat?

Have you had any experiences with first impressions that didn’t establish the future?

Are you enjoying your summer?

Megan Joy